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February 2005

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The team visits two Omaha hospitals.
Gale Sayers will be the honorary chairman at the Bob Hohn 4th Annual Classic.
Californians for Nebraska have their Founders Dinner available on DVD. Listen to Steve Pederson's comments on recruiting. Requires RealPlayer.
Sept. 17th opponent Pittsburgh announces their 2005 schedule.
Fabian Washington gets more accolades from his hometown paper.
Fabian Washington is the talk of the NFL combine.
Bill Callahan may have to testify in Raiders assault civil trail.
Barrett Ruud in shape for NFL combines.
Nebraska ranks in the top 10 all time for "Quarterback U".
Details for the Spring Game Fling in Las Vegas are coming together.
Marlon Lucky gets compared to Adrian Peterson.
Brandon Teamer leaves* the team for personal reasons.
Dick Vermeil highlights the speakers at the Nebraska Coaches Clinic.
Steriod testing has been around for a long time.
Strength coach Bryan Bailey leaves to accept same position at USC.
Brandon Teamer's status should be resolved by next week.
The Husker Nation 2005 tour begins in Kansas.
Former receiver Andy Birkel is arrested.
Eric Crouch will play in Germany.
Recruits have already started on stength and nutrition programs.
59 players make the Big 12 Commissioner's Academic Honor Roll.
Eric Crouch will begin his Kansas City career in NFL Europe.
Phillip Dillard is on a mission.
Wallace Franklin will enroll this fall.
Turner Gill hired by the Green Bay Packers. LJS, 1, 2, SI, GI*
Leon Jackson gets inspiration from his grandmother.
North Platte punter Jordan Algeria to walk on.
Zachary Bowman's goal is to win the National Championship.
Husker Dan has more email from Iraq.
Bo Pelini accepts the LSU defensive coordinator job.
Andrew Shanle has the inside track on the starting job at safety.
Steve Octavien: "I just really want to help them get back to the old Nebraska."
Are Joe Dailey's days at starting QB over?
John Blake's integrity helps with recruiting.
Sooner born and bred Zac Taylor ready for NU.
Leon Jackson and Ndamukong Suh are 'Northwest Nuggets'.
The offensive possibilites are exciting.
College Football News has a Big 12 recruiting analysis.
Notes from the Lincoln recruiting dinner.
Defensive coaching assignments have been changed.
Recruiting stories from the LJS (1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8), OWH (1, 2, 3, 4),* GII (1, 2, 3, 4),* Huskers.com, Daily Nebraskan (1, 2, 3), USA Today (1, 2), Tennessee, Nebraska StatePaper, St. Louis, Washington, California (1, 2), Texas.
John Blake gets national accolades as the top recruiter and a standing ovation at the Big Red Breakfast recruiting dinner.
New Graduate Assistant to join the coaching staff.
All of the NU commitments have signed. Reggie Smith picks Oklahoma. Recruiting class considered to be the best in the nation by Tom Lemming. The LJS picks the top 10 impact players. The Omaha Channel will have online coverage at 3 and 7 PM CST. Zach Potter and other NE athletes sign.
See how NU compares against BCS top 10 schools in recruiting and the potential for this year according to the experts.
Tuesday was recruiting day with streaming video from Huskers.com, activity on the BBS, and a radio show special hosted by Tommie Frazier and Jimmy Sheil.
Bryan Wilson, a JUCO cornerback, gets a "vibe" and becomes a Husker.
Harrison Beck ready to become a Husker
Athletic Department to make a large payment toward facility expansion.